Peaks

 

48

 

 

Pursuers

 

18

 

 

Finishers

 

0

 

 

A huge collection of scrambles deep into the heart of the Olympics! Includes 48 peaks divided into 12 groups of 4 based loosely on geography. The Olympia Branch of the Mountaineers offers multiple awards based on the following rules: climb 3 peaks in each of any 4 groups for the Copper Boot, 3 peaks in each of any 8 groups for the SIlver Boot, 3 peaks in all 12 groups for the Gold Boot. Go one further here on peakery for the "Platinum Boot": all 48 peaks! See the groupings and more info at https://www.mountaineers.org/about/branches-committees/seattle-branch/committees/seattle-climbing-committee/seattle-climbing-website/peak-pins

 

Highest peak

Martin Peak

7,642 ft / 2,329 m

Most prominent peak

The Brothers

2,682 ft / 817 m

Most summited peak

The Brothers

11 summits

Most difficult peak

no info yet

Difficulty breakdown

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Top climbing months

June   33%

July   22%

May   11%

"Report from WTA from the boys: We got to the Lena Lake parking area at around noon Saturday, and it was completely full - we had to park quite a ways down the road. Please note that this trailhead requires a Northwest Forest Pass since it's federal land, NOT a Discover Pass. We saw many cars getting ticketed for the wrong pass. We left at 12:30 in overcast weather, but that was nice for carrying heavy packs. The trail to Lena Lake is well maintained, fairly flat, and easy to follow. It was a nice leisurely way to start our adventure. Lots of people out, and at the lake there were tons" - The Brothers, BryHong8, May 27, 2018
"Summited Buckhorn on a dayhike with Katie, Deaner, Anns, and June Bug. Kind of a far walk for the dogs but they nailed it. Great views of Constance and Deception. Could also see Adams, Glacier, Rainer, and faintly St. Helens. Gorgeous. " - Buckhorn Mountain, MatthewWinterberg, Jul 26, 2017
"This was an amazing trip with OSAT grads! Dan McCambridge slipped and fell at one of the waterfalls and had to bow out from leading the group to the summit. Nik and Ray stepped up as leaders and it was a bluebird day!!" - The Brothers, chrisfiamengo, Sep 27, 2015
"Almost everything went according to plan as I finally got out to explore this classic. We left the TH at 5 pm and made it up through the Valley of the Silent Men in dense fog and dimming light to the Brothers basecamp by 8pm. Next morning we got a late 8am start for the summit. A lot of sections to this climb: first the forest, then the fire section, then the rockpile/streambed section, then finally the snow (with a long hike portion after the first gully). The Hourglass was still in great shape, and snow ramped all the way to a little below the summit. Crampons required. Descending things a" - The Brothers, scott, Jun 11, 2014
"Getting to this trail is a bit complicated. The first turn off of hwy 101 is on the west side of Sequim bay,a few miles east of Sequim. There is a sign directing you to the Dungeness trails down Louella rd.after about a mile you will reach a"t"in the road, turn left into Palo alto rd.follow signs for Dungeness trails (not Dungeness creek camp)at the next two forks then turn right onto a road signed "Trail 816" about 15 miles from hwy 101. The"trailhead"is at the end less than 1.5 miles past the fork. The trail to Tyler Peak is not on the Green Trails Map.It starts just past the turn-around" - Baldy, Jeb, Sep 2, 2012